Dr Omer Yezdani
Contact OfficerMs Maria Fernandes
- +617 3861 6238
PhD Griffith, MBA QUT, GradDip (Research) Griffith, BBus (Marketing) QUT.
The Office of Planning and Strategic Management (OPSM) leads and supports the formation, implementation and continuous improvement of planning and strategic management services to enable the achievement of the university's vision and mission. Provision of advice and support to the Vice-Chancellor, senior officers and executive committees on matters of strategic importance. The Director of OPSM is a member of the executive at the Australian Catholic University and a range of strategic planning and advisory committees. Omer also serves as the Chair of the Australian Network of University Planners (ANUP).
KEYNOTES AND PRESENTATIONS
(2019). The Tenth Dimension of Institutional Intelligence: Turning Ideas into Outcomes. Chief Data Officer and Analytics Summit, 8-9 May 2019, Canberra, Australia.
(2019). Measuring what Matters: the New Tools of Strategic Planning. University Strategic Planning and Resource Management Conference, 27-28 March 2019, Melbourne, Australia.
(2018). Blue Ocean Strategy. Risk Management and Governance Perspectives for Value Innovation in Higher Education. University Governance and Regulations Forum, 24 October 2018, Brisbane, Australia.
(2018). Technology Culture Map: Data Driven Decision Making in a Higher Education Context. Association for Tertiary Education Management Regional Forum (ATEM) 16 November 2018, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne Australia.
(2018). Technology Culture Map: for Student Success. CAUDIT Spring Members Meeting, 18 October 2018, Melbourne, Australia.
(2018). Technology Culture Map: Overcoming the Invisible Barrier to Business Intelligence Transformation. Tertiary Education Management Conference (TEMC), 9-12 September 2018, Perth, Australia.
(2017). Risk Management: Strategy and Risk, University Governance and Regulations Forum, 14-15 September 2017, Canberra, Australia.
(2017). Keynote: The Role of Strategic Management Accounting: Factors that Drive Strategy and Change, Higher Education Strategic Management Accounting Forum, 15 May 2017, Sydney, Australia.
(2016). The Nexus of Quality, Risk and Compliance, University Governance and Regulations Forum, 5-6 September 2016, Sydney, Australia.
(2016). Strategic Leadership: Planning and Managing with Foresight, Higher Education Executive and Academic Leadership Summit, 11-12 May 2016, Melbourne, Australia.
(2016). The New Challenges of Strategic Planning, Higher Education Planning in Asia Forum, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The University of Newcastle, 14-15 April 2016, Sydney, Australia.
(2015). Co-Creation of Value in Student Services and Amenities, Service Improvement and Innovation in Universities, LH Martin Institute, 15-16 October 2015, Melbourne, Australia.
(2015). Embedding Excellence in Planning Quality and Risk Management, University Governance and Regulations Forum, 15-16 September 2015, Canberra, Australia.
(2013). Revolution, Rivalry and Arithmetic: Perspectives on Australian School Education Policy Reform, International Conference on Social Science and Management (ICSSAM), Higher Education Forum, 8-10 August 2013, Denpasar, Indonesia.
(2013). The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning: Review of the 2011 Brisbane flood Crisis, International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences (ISBASS), Asia-Pacific Education and Research Association, 27-29 July 2013, Bangkok, Thailand.
(2013). Emergence of Communities of Practice to Support Parental and Community Engagement in Education. ALARA Australasian Conference, Riverglenn, 22-23 September 2013, Brisbane, Australia.
(2013). The Complexity of Everyday Life and the Science of Reductionism. Creative Innovation Symposium, Queensland College of Art, 8-10 July 2013, Brisbane, Australia.
(2012). A Thousand Flowers Blooming: Partnerships in ICT learning. Proceedings of the Shanghai International Conference on Social Sciences (SICSS), 14-16 August 2012, Shanghai, China.
(2011). Indigenous Youth Mobility. Bringing it all Together Forum (BIAT), 25-27 May 2011, Gold Coast, Australia.
(2010). Education and Labour Market Participation in Queensland. 6th International Conference on Indigenous Education (ICIE), Australian Catholic University, 2010, Cairns, Australia.
(2008). Youth Shaping our Future. World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPC:E), 2008, Melbourne, Australia.
(2007). Early Childhood Development Initiatives. Creche & Kindergarten Association Centenary Conference, 2007, Brisbane, Australia.
(2007). Putting the 'People' Back into Policy. National Indigenous Education Policy Forum, Australian Government, April 2007, Alice Springs, Australia.
(2007). Supply and Demand of Parent-School Partnerships. Queensland Indigenous Education Consultative Committee Annual Forum, 2007, Rockhampton, Australia.
(2006). Building Foundations in the Early Years. Dhagun-Gur Early Childhood Education Conference, December 2006, Cairns, Australia.
Yezdani, O., Sanzogni, L. & Poropat, A. (2016). Theory of emergence: Introducing a model-centred approach to applied social science research. Prometheus, 33, (3), (305-322).
Yezdani, O. (2015). The nature of choice and value for services and amenities in Australian universities. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 37, (3), (282-294).
Yezdani, O. (2013). Myths of exponential growth in populations and wealth: an emergent perspective. Humanomics, 29, (4), (307-332).
Interview: "University Graduate Outcomes". Omer Yezdani and Sophie Johnston (President, NUS). ABC News Radio with Wendy Harmer.
"University places will mean a less skilled and diverse workforce". The Conversation.
"Five myths about Australian University Graduate Outcomes". The Conversation.
"What makes a good University". The Conversation.
"Five myths about Australian University Graduate Outcomes:. National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE).
"FIve questions with Omer Yezdani". Australasian Association of Institutional Research (AAIR).
"Graduates enjoying better job prospects and wages". University World News.
"Myths about university graduate outcomes". Business Insider.
"Transformational Leadership: the Next Generation". Government News.
"Students divided on SSAF benefits". The Australian.
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